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Christmas: One last yeti


In the week before Christmas I was laid low with the horrible cold-flu thing that seems to have been doing the rounds recently; I rallied enough to enjoy Christmas dinner with the neighbours (just as well I didn’t have to cook that day), but I am still not one hundred per cent over it… All of which is why these last Christmas card posts have been going up somewhat later than I had intended.

Luckily I had finished making cards before falling ill, well almost finished… On Christmas Eve I suddenly realised I hadn’t made one for my other half, so I bravely set about making this spinning yeti, only to then get a migraine that meant I couldn’t actually focus on the yeti to colour it… So this card was finished off on Christmas morning…


This is the first spinner card I have made and I was a bit too careful keeping the thread taut when I glued everything together, a tiny bit of slack would have made it easier to wind up the spinner without it deforming the card! But, it does work, even if it has a tendency to end up with yeti butt facing outwards, which my other half chooses to be offended by  🙂



  • stamps:
    My Favorite Things – beast friends
    Newton’s Nook – whispering pines
  • colour:
    Copic markers
    Avery Elle – pigment inks – jungle, celery


2 thoughts on “Christmas: One last yeti”

  1. So sorry to hear that you were so sick!!! I got the 24 hrs bug Christmas Eve, not a fun way to spend the holiday for sure!! Glad you are feeling better, your card turned out awesome!!!


  2. Oh feeling under the weather at the holidays is a bummer! So glad you were able to finish the card as it is really cute! I love all the snowflakes as well as Yeti!


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